26 seconds. The wild Bruce Buffer intro took four times longer than the grand Cain Velasquez comeback. The latest of a series of returns for the now 36-year-old UFC heavyweight champion did not go well.
26 seconds? Not ideal.
Getting knocked out in under 30 seconds, in front of your hometown fans? Not a good night for Cain Velasquez.
But what if it wasn’t a Francis Ngannou punch that did Velasquez in?
Is Cain slipped the new Stipe tapped (Alistair felt it) for the UFC’s heavyweight division? What is really going on here?
If the Earth was flatter would Cain have slipped in the main event last night (Feb. 17)? Kron Gracie says we live and breathe on a giant eyeball (he really did), but who’s looking out for the best interests of one Cain Velasquez?
In real time, we still have no idea what happened between Cain and Francis. Watching the replay 30 to 40 times has still not netted the results we were looking for.
Did the slip happen first or did a Francis punch dead Cain on impact? Why was Cain throwing head kicks within the first five seconds of the fight? What did he know?
Why was the mat so slippery?
Was someone on the cage crew from Cameroon? What does any of this have to do with Trump? Chemtrails? The food additives served in the foods each heavyweight ate during fight week?
Just think about it.
We’ve all seen this version of the fight.
But what about this video. Really focus this time.
Watch the tape.
Look into it.
It wasn't a freak injury it was that uppercut. pic.twitter.com/S0pibvWuVW
— Nick (@Nickrodamous) February 18, 2019
It’s all starting to make sense. The answer is pretty clear. Can’t believe we never saw it before.
Now 100% sure it was a slip or an uppercut. Huge if true.